For some time now, we've been hearing reports about some of the features of Android Q, where people from XDA Developers got a leaked build in their hands, but unfortunately, it was not mentioned when the official developer preview would do it. There was some speculation that we could get closer, and now it seems the time has come.
Google has officially announced the release of Beta for Android Q. The beta will initially be available to Pixel devices, which does not mean pixel users will have to wait their turn. Note that this is only the beta version, which means certain features may not work or that certain features may be removed before the final release.
Therefore, it is not recommended that users use the Android Q-Beta as their daily driver, but if you are interested, you can find more information about the beta on the Google website. It is not known when the final update will be released, but given the earlier versions of Google, there is a good chance that this will likely take place later this year alongside the 201
In the meantime, we expect that developers will continue to discover features that are part of Android Q. Please visit us later for more updates.
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